OnePlus 6/6T February update (OxygenOS 10.3.2) fixes screen flickering while swiping up to unlock
OnePlus has always presented itself to be one of the smartphone brands that will break the barriers. Initially, the Chinese OEM came up with flagship-level phones under the price of mid-ranger.
Progressing further, OnePlus brought in the high refresh rate screen (90Hz display) with the OnePlus 7 Pro, which is probably the main reason why high-refresh-rate displays have become one of the important features of modern smartphones.
In fact, in terms of providing timely security and firmware updates has also been one of the USPs of the company. For a reminder, OnePlus 7/7 Pro got the Android 10 update just after 20 days it came out for Google Pixel phones.
Older OnePlus smartphones are also treated well by the OEM and in a recent development, a new update has been pushed by the company for the OnePlus 6/6T.
Notably, this stable update brings in the February 2020 security patchset for the devices along-with bugfixes for screen flickering issues while swiping up to unlock.
For those who are on the open beta program, they have already received the February 2020 security patchset for the OnePlus 6/6T.
Cut to now, the new stable update arrives with OxygenOS version 10.3.2. Below is the changelog of the update:
– Fixed the screen flickering issue while swiping up to unlock
– Improved system stability and fixed general bugs
– Updated Android security patch to 2020.02
Keep in mind that the update has been pushed via OTA in batches and will take some time in hitting all the units. If you wish to download the update right away then, you can download this new OxygenOS 10.3.2 update via the Oxygen Updater app.
Or you can check for the update notification by heading over to Settings>>System>>System Updates. In the meantime, do check out our dedicated OnePlus section to read more similar stories surrounding OnePlus smartphones and devices.
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